Post # 16
This is my wedding set. The e-ring is old, the band is from Blue Nile.
This my right hand five stone.
Post # 17
Oh my goodness, those are both stunners! I am drooling over your Art Deco engagement ring. Absolutely breathtaking!
Post # 18
I love the floral illusion setting! It’s a great way to turn a smaller stone into a showpiece! You’re is fabulous! More angles please?
Post # 19
Mine’s about .45ct from sometime in the 1920’s. I LOVE that it had a history before I got to wear it. In my head I imagine it has been a part of another wonderful loving couple’s life and it will bring some of that happiness to me.
Post # 20
I love looking at these rings! Mine isn’t vintage but we had been looking at vintage rings, the one I liked best sold, and then the ring he bought was a new ring that looked a lot like the vintage ring that had sold. I do think that smaller stones and the details I’m seeing on this thread are gorgeous and also really easy to wear every day…lovely all around 🙂
Post # 22
My e ring – 19 little stones and lots of sparkle 🙂 late 60’s x
Post # 23
I love love love vintage/antique rings! This is my e-ring. It’s a 1930s heirloom that was his grandmother’s e-ring. It’s subtle and easy to wear, but it’s so dynamic and sparkly!
Post # 23
Your ring is stunning! I really love it. Yay for vintage beauty!
Post # 24
the top one belonged to my grandmother and the bottom one was my husband’s grandmother’s. I have another one with the illusion box setting that you mentioned at home, I’ll try to snap a pic of it later. I love antique jewelry!
Post # 26
beautiful 🙂 do you mind sharing where the band with the pink stones is from? I’m looking for one that size.
Post # 27
beautiful rings ladies! Here is mine…..it’s from the 1940s.
Post # 28
Thank you! I agree, the center stone is tiny (only .10!), but I love seeing it flashing and throwing sparks at the center of the flower.
I am happy to post more pictures. In fact…I think I may have gone overboard! Ha! Here are a few different angles. I am posting on my phone and keep messing up the photo/text alignment here, so I’m just going to add them in a separate post. Hang on!
Post # 30
I am totally loving all of your beautiful rings!
I feel the same way about antique jewelry. Mine isn’t a family heirloom and I don’t know the story behind it, but I love the idea of “adopting” something someone else may have loved once and giving it a happy new life! I love the intricate engraving on your rings, by the way.
I agree, I find my ring to be very easy to wear and comfy. It fits my lifestyle. I like having a little bit of subtle sparkle that isn’t too flashy for my taste!
Love the filigree style. So timeless!
I am a sucker for that late-Deco style. It is just gorgeous. And what a special thing to be able to wear his grandmother’s ring! Thank you for sharing your delicate sparkler.
Thank you so much!
Both of these (well, all) are just beautiful. I love how they are very different, but still have similar elements from the period. Do you wear either as your engagement ring? (Sorry if I missed that in your post.) Can’t wait to see the illusion box ring you have!
That is easily one of the loveliest 40s style illusion rings I’ve seen! I really like how the dainty side stones set off your center stone.